Superior Court to close on Wednesday

The San Diego Superior Court will close all courtrooms and business offices on Wednesday as well as the third Wednesday of each subsequent month through June 2010.

Court facilities housing County operations such as the District Attorney’s Office, Probation and Child Support will be open.

The California Judicial Council approved the closures for all state courts due to the ongoing statewide financial crisis and the Legislature’s reduced state funding to the courts.

Court closure days WILL NOT count as official court days for purposes of calculating statutory or filing deadlines. The Court will re-set hearings currently scheduled for
these dates.

The public can use the court’s website at www.sdcourt.ca.gov to handle traffic
tickets or obtain court information.

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